The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a bleakly human play at the heart of a dark fantasy | GamesBeat

This, for reasons I will go into shortly, is both a good and ultimately frustrating thing. CD Projekt RED has once again outdone itself with Wild Hunt (out May 19 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC), expanding the already impressively vast scope of the Witcher 2 into a dense behemoth of monsters and politics. Even more stunning is the eye-gouging slabs of beautiful scenery plastered throughout at a new constant clip. But size and eye-candy can only hold for so long in a game boasting over 200 hours of available content. I journeyed along with a prerelease PS4 copy to track just how complex an adventure of this size could manage to be.

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ERFO1248d ago

Wow. I hate the way this guy writes. It's the equivalent of using way too much spice in your cooking. Call me a troll but it's my honest opinion

TheBrownBandito1248d ago (Edited 1248d ago )

He's laying the vocabulary on a bit thick and it does come across a little pretentiously, but it's a well written and honest review I feel.

I'm not an RPG guy normally (no patience) but echoes of Read Dead make me want to mount that steed! His insinuation that missions can be tackled one at a time without getting to embroiled in the grand narrative, might just tempt me to pick this up next week.

Dyldog691248d ago

The game: engrossing and detailed. This review: scared and blind

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areisul1248d ago

Finally, a review that isn't obviously paid for.

Allsystemgamer1248d ago

The hell are you on about? The game is incredible.

areisul1247d ago

Please tell me all about your extensive experience with this game that isn't even out yet. /s

Always be suspicious of big-budget games getting 10/10 reviews right out the gate, especially with the state of the industry being what it is.

atke car1248d ago (Edited 1248d ago )

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